WASHINGTON — Are you unable to attend the 2022 American Farm Bureau Convention in Atlanta, Jan. 7-12? Consider registering for the virtual event. Select workshops and sessions will be broadcast live with most available for on-demand viewing on the convention virtual platform.
Virtual convention attendees have the opportunity to hear from motivational and entertaining keynote speakers: AFBF President Zippy Duvall, James D. “Murph” Murphy, founder & chairman of Afterburner, and comedian Jeff Allen. Attendees can also watch the “final four” round of the Young Farmers & Ranchers Discussion Meet and pick a favorite team in the Ag Innovation Challenge.
“We’re pleased to provide a great lineup of virtual events for those who may not be able to attend the 103rd American Farm Bureau Convention in person,” said Duvall. “I hope you will join us as we look ahead to 2022 and focus on the people, purpose and possibilities of Farm Bureau and U.S. agriculture.”
Check out the full virtual agenda and register at this link. The virtual-only convention registration fee is $25. Content from most events will be available for 90 days following the event so you can go back and catch up on what you missed or watch again as a refresher.
The official event hashtag is #AFBF22; the event website is https://annualconvention.fb.
–American Farm Bureau Federation